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Todd Buchholz’s books have been translated into over a dozen languages and are used in universities throughout the world. New Ideas from Dead Economists even made the official reading list of the new Iraqi government! Order below his blockbusters, NEW IDEAS FROM DEAD CEOs and the novel, THE CASTRO GENE, which won a National Book Prize for best mystery.

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Lasting Lessons from the Corner Office not only uncovers the secrets behind the success of the great CEOs through their lives and personal stories, it shows how we can transfer their ideas today to the triumphs and struggles of Sony, Dell, Costco, Carnival Cruises, Time Warner, and numerous other companies trying to figure out how to stay on top, or climb back up. Extraordinarily fresh and deeply thoughtful, Todd G. Buchholz’s Lasting Lessons from the Corner Office is a truly enjoyable and fun—yet serious and realistic—look at what we still have to learn and absorb from these former CEOs.

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In this provocative book, Todd Buchholz will convince you that what you really want is to chase your tail-even if you never catch it. Weaving in everything from neuroeconomics to evolutionary biology to renaissance art to General Motors, Buchholz will convince you that the race to compete has not only made us taller and smarter, it’s what we love and need. Witty, breezy, and very funny, Todd Buchholz shows that it’s the race itself that literally delivers the rush, even if we never reach the finish line.

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Outsourcing is no longer just a problem for factory workers. Suddenly, software writers and radiologists are easier to hire and work with in India than in Indiana. But who can fault companies for hiring competent labor wherever it’s cheapest? Cost cutting is the engine of capitalism: the worst economic system in the world—except for all the rest! We all hear a lot of complaining that big business is abandoning the little guy and being unpatriotic. But it’s actually left-leaning politicians who have made America less competitive. Respected economist Todd G. Buchholz will recommend fixes for our education, immigration, tax, and legal systems that will make America lean and muscular again—and make our labor pool the most attractive in the world.

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With “compelling and fast-reading narratives”, Buchholz takes dozens of great ideas (and a few bad ones) from some of the most influential entrepreneurial CEOs to explain how these dedicated business pioneers managed to turn their “small idea into a revolution”.

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This entertaining and accessible introduction to the great economic thinkers throughout history – Adam Smith, John Stuart Mill, Karl Marx, John Maynard Keynes, and more – shows how their ideas still apply to our modern world. In this revised edition, renowned economist Todd Buchholz offers an insightful and informed perspective on key economic issues in the new millennium: increasing demand for energy, the rise of China, international trade, aging populations, health care, and the effects of global warming.

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In this “humorous version of Econ 101”, Buchholz demystifies basic economic terms in five parts: macroeconomics, microeconomics, international economics, business and individual investment, and history of economic thought. Buchholz also provides a history of economic thought from influential thinkers like Adam Smith to contemporary global financial markets.

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In Market Shock, leading global economist Todd G. Buchholz alerts readers to the nine trends that will turn America’s economy on its head and predicts how each will impact society, financial markets, and individual investors. Buchholz points out that these are opportunities for investors to thrive financially — if they prepare appropriately.

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Fiction by Todd Buchholz
After killing a man in the ring, Luke Braden quits boxing. While toiling as a security guard and yearning to reinvent himself, Luke is swept up into the high-flying domain of Paul Tremont. Tremont, the hottest hedge fund hand around, has a penchant for the dramatic and a disquieting need to control. Being Tremont’s protégé has its perks – but there are strings attached. Why does Tremont need a washed-up boxer? Luke Braden is in for the fight of his life – or the fight for his life. Intricately plotted with unexpected twists and breathtaking turns, The Castro Gene is a knockout.